1989 Ford Mustang GT
1989 Ford Mustang Gt Convertible. Basic Rundown as follows: This was purchased as a project/roller car 20 years ago. The engine compartment was sandblasted and repainted pearl white about 12 years ago. I have color code for repainting the body in the future, it was hastily painted approximately 8 years ago to keep from being an eyesore. The body paint is far from perfect but looks ok. Interior was dyed to freshen it up. I had plans of having the upholstery professionally replaced. The black top on the car was only meant to be temporary. It comes with a new oxford white top with the real glass window including weatherstripping. Main focus was on the power/drive train. It has a fresh 347. High pressure oil pump. 1.6 blue aluminum rockers. Stud girdle on the bottom end. GT-40 intake. Aluminum ported heads. Vortec V-1 supercharger running between 6-10 lbs of boost. Accessories are slightly underdriven, i have a heavier undrive pulley as well. I forget what cam it has but it lopes nicely. The car was a 5 speed but was changed to a stronger combination of C4 with reverse valve body built to handle 900hp. 4000 rpm stall converter. Rev limiter set at 6800 rpm. 7000 rpm chip is included as well. The original clutch pedal is still intact and merely tucked under the carpet. Driver side door roll cage was cut out to get hinged but was unfortunately lost. Full length tubular subframe connectors welded in. Lowered 2-4 inches, i forget how much. Sumped fuel tank with external fuel pump. Headers. Flow-master mufflers. Billet Specialties aluminum wheels. The car recently (last month) got a quick ratio steering rack, interior fuel pressure gauge and wideband AFR meter. Included is a computer based tuner system. ( You Need Your Own Laptop) Tweecer RT. With this you can indefinitely modify absolutely anything over and over. 5 position switch. 1 stock, 1 can be "valet" and the others for variable tunes quickly selected. The switch is not yet mounted and is laying on the passenger floor. Customer support is transferable via a $75. payment to the company. The odometer states 104,XXX. It has said that for as long as i had the car. It has not seen the road in 20 years, literally. It was first started with its current configuration about 6 months ago. The interior is not fully assembled since changes are still occurring. I am not in any rush to sell this car. I have no garage to keep this project alive during the winter so less gets done yearly then i would prefer. Needs new windshield, has a crack. Included is a custom car cover with reflective piping, $700 cost. There are many things i am forgetting. Any questions feel free to ask. https://youtu.be/CJzFk-f2pmU this is a link to see the car running. The camera didn't sound good but you get the idea.